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Northern Parula, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

Northern Parula, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

Little Blue Heron, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

Little Blue Heron, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

Tri-colored Heron, Hilton Head Island, SC

Tri-colored Heron, Hilton Head Island, SC

White Ibis, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

White Ibis, Pinkney Island, near Hilton Head Island, SC

This Prairie Warbler, Photo: Mike Nelson, is just one of 30 + species of American Wood Warblers we have a chance to see on our Tennessee in Migration tour in May. East Tennessee is a major migratory route, with the Cumberland Plateau and Smoky Mountains creating a corridor through which both migratory and resident breeders funnel, we have good chance at some fantastic birds. http://www.birdingecotours.co.za/United%20States/tennessee.php

This Prairie Warbler, Photo: Mike Nelson, is just one of 30 + species of American Wood Warblers we have a chance to see on our Tennessee in Migration tour in May. East Tennessee is a major migratory route, with the Cumberland Plateau and Smoky Mountains creating a corridor through which both migratory and resident breeders funnel, we have good chance at some fantastic birds. http://www.birdingecotours.co.za/United%20States/tennessee.php

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Image result for yellow cardinal in alabama

Royal Tern, Hilton Head Island, SC

Royal Tern, Hilton Head Island, SC

Beautiful bird on Hilton Head Island, SC

Nature & Landscapes

American Goldfinch, female

American Goldfinch, female

American Redstart, female, Jackson Park, Hendersonville, NC

American Redstart, female, Jackson Park, Hendersonville, NC

The yellow-rumped warblers have arrived in droves in Beaufort County. This is one of several that have taken over the trees at Jarvis Creek Park on Hilton Head Island. More at http://www.thatsbug2u.com.

Journalist and amateur photographer Jeff Kidd of Beaufort, SC, offers his writing, photos, genealogy and random thoughts for your enjoyment or indifference.

Killdeer    © ashockenberry, Ontario, Canada, http://www.flickr.com/photos/30576530@N04/2865663766/

Although they are not uncommon, Kildeer remind me of growing up in Nebraska. I saw 4 of them in the grass while dropping my son off at the high school this morning in Shakopee for a football scrimmage.

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